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From 17 December 2011, Closed 8 January 2012 at the Royal Festival Hall in London
The multi award winning international sensation, Slava’s Snowshow has delighted and thrilled audiences in over 80 cities around the globe. Now this unmissable visual masterpiece returns to London for a strictly limited 3-week season at the Royal Festival Hall in London this Christmas.
"Utterly breathtaking - the stage effects are dazzling" The Daily Mail
Loved by children and adults alike Slava's Snow show is a combination of theatrical clowning and stunning spectacle performed by the internationally renowned company of clowns lead by Slava Polunin. This Christmas experience a joyous dream-like world which will touch both your heart and funny bone, culminating in a breathtaking blizzard leaving you literally knee deep in snow!
"One of the most nock-out theatrical moments I have ever experienced" The Guardian
Originally seen in London at the Hackney Empire, the show has been staged at the Peacock Theatre from 9 to 30 January 1997, returning to London at the Old Vic Theatre from 12 December 1997 to 3 January 1998 when it won the 1998 Olivier Award for 'Best Entertainment' before transferring to the West End at the Piccadilly Theatre where it previewed from 1 March, opened on 2 March 1999 and closed on 10 April 1999. The production was then first staged at the Royal Festival Hall from 17 December 2011 to 8 January 2012.
"A finale which blows you away" The Mail on Sunday
Please Note: The Snow Show company is made up of a number of performers; it is rarely known in advance which clowns will perform at which performance.
Please Note: Slava's Snowshow is not recommended for children under 8 years of age.
"The world's greatest clown" The Times
Slava's Snowshow in London at the Royal Festival Hall from 17 December 2012 to 7 January 2013.